Making a bad hire can be incredibly expensive—not only do you end up spending recruiting and training money on someone who’s not going to work out over the long haul, but it’s also expensive when you think about the opportunity cost.
What could you have been doing with your time had you not been investing it in an employee who wasn’t a good fit for you and your organization?
That’s why it’s so essential to make the right hire the first time.
This is arguably one of the most important things you can do for your organization.
Imagine having staff on hand who will not just get the job done, but will also surprise you by doing the job better than you would have done it yourself? That’s every manager’s dream. But how do you make the right hire? Read more